Scarlet honey eater in pomegranate - Helen Fitzgerald

Scarlet honey eater in pomegranate - Helen Fitzgerald look at the partially open one

DVD 8: Botanical illustration volume 4 | Helen Fitzgerald - Botanical & Wildlife artist | Helen Fitzgerald

DVD 8: Botanical illustration volume 4 | Helen Fitzgerald - Botanical & Wildlife artist | Helen Fitzgerald


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Eucalyptus rhodantha

Wedding Invitation botanical drawings along the top and hanging down the side - Australia :) This reminds me of the Eucalyptus that lined Hwy. 101 in Camarillo CA in the old days.

illustration: Eucalyptus macrocarpaMottlecah family MYRTACEAE artist: Ivan Grenfell Holliday (1926 - 2010) Original watercolour painting from 35mm slide taken by the artist

illustration: Eucalyptus macrocarpaMottlecah family MYRTACEAE artist: Ivan Grenfell Holliday - Original watercolour painting from slide taken by the artist Más

Tasmanian Blue Gum Botanische illustratie ~ Australian Geographic Magazine Issue 130-0

Tasmanian Blue Gum Botanical Illustration is the sixth of 8 paintings featured in the Nature Watch section of Australian Geographic Magazine Issue 130

Lathyrus latifolius (Everlasting Pea) (watercolor on paper), D'Orleans, Louise (1812-52):

Lathyrus Latifolius Everlasting Pea Art Print for sale. Shop your favorite Louise D Orleans Lathyrus Latifolius Everlasting Pea Art Print without breaking your banks.

vintage Botanical flower print Australian Wild Flowers Banksia Bottlebrush Grevilea flower art illustration

vintage Botanical flower print Australian Wild Flowers Banksia Bottlebrush Grevilea flower art illustration

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Historical botanical illustration of the day

Georg Dionysius Ehret, Magnolia grandiflora, Bull Bay, Watercolour and gouache on vellum. “ Ehret always favoured the pictorial rather than the diagrammatic style of botanical illustration.

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